At the end of the regular season, Mohamed Hussain was second after Michael Gardner, Kyle Beaty was third, and Carsten Gieschen was fifth. After four rounds of the Shoot Out, Kyle in his Touring 2 class Celica had finished in top spot in each of them. Carsten and his Grand Touring 1 class BMW M3 was second in three and third in one. Mohamed Hussain, running his CRX Si in Grand Touring 4, was second in one and third in one. Greg Campbell grabbed one of the third place spots in the early rounds. In Round Four Mohamed was behind Kyle by 0.001 points and Carsten was just over 0.6 points back. Carsten's actual time was 90.760 seconds, Mohamed 93.751, and Kyle 96.273 – which points out the accuracy of the OTA classification and PAX system. And absolutely led to some heightened suspense among the spectators who knew that a good run for any of these drivers would be all that it would take to capture the Shoot Out victory.
First, some video of the track and some in car action. The first part of the video is a drive about in my 2004 RX-8 to give you an idea of the track layout. Next, there's a split screen view of the cockpit as both Mohamed and Kyle are taking their cars around the track. The final segment is viewing the track through Mohamed's windshield and seeing the track go by considerably faster than my sedate tour. And the only reason I don't have footage from Carsten's car is that there was not enough time (and I only have one WASPcam).